How do I remove a bluetooth mac address in KDE?

I dual boot KDE and Windows 10. My bluetooth speakers switch over to windows fine and then are hard to connect back to on the Manjaro side. In Manjaro can I just remove the MAC address and start the connection anew? If so, in the command line how do I:
a. List the mac address of my bluetooth device?
b. Remove that mac address?
I tried using ‘bluetoothctl’, but that package doesn’t seem to be recognized by my system. Thanks!


Have you done a search in the Arch Wiki? , when it comes to issues like this, the Manjaro/Arch/debian wiki’s would be a great place to start researching for the solution. Anyway, this might help BluetoothUser - Debian Wiki